Digital-Ply Woodworking within Digital Fabrication Methods (SCU4108.02)

John Umphlett

This seven-week course is designed to introduce intermediate woodworkers or makers to the digital realization methods.  We will focus primarily on working with wood specifically where the hand and computer come together.  The hand drawing of joinery and design will make the steps transitioning them into digitally controlled equipment (hand/stationary tool shaping, CNC router, laser cutter with Rhino and flat-plane development). This is a project-based course in which your evaluation will be based on productivity with creativity.

Prerequisites: woodworking skills and basic wood shop building knowledge
Credits: 2
F 8:20am - 12:00pm (second seven weeks)
Maximum Enrollment: 12
Course Frequency:
This course is categorized as 4000, Sculpture, John Umphlett, Visual Arts (VA), All courses, Second Seven Week, Two Credit, and tagged , , .